Jodi Arnold

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Jodi Arnold is a fashion designer, and the founder, in 1999 of the "MINT" label. A year later she was honored with the Innovators Award from the Cotton Council of America.

Arnold was born in Birmingham and received her first sewing machine when she was 13. She took lessons at the Singer store at Eastwood Mall and was a regular customer at Roberta's Fabric Store. She graduated from Mountain Brook High School and received a bachelor's in fashion design from Baylor University.

Before launching her own label, conceived at a Paris café, Arnold worked as an illustrator for Simplicity Patterns and as a designer for Danskin.

Her clothing is represented locally by Laura Kathryn in Crestline Village and Susan G. Matthews in Mountain Brook Village.

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